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Croatian students win 4 medals at Informatics Olympiad

(Photo: Croatian Informaticians’ Association)

ZAGREB, Aug 29 (Hina) – Croatian secondary school students have won one gold medal, two silvers, and one bronze at the 27th Central European Olympiad in Informatics.

The Olympiad took place in Nagykanizsa, Hungary on August 23-29, the Croatian Informaticians’ Association said on Saturday.

The event featured 56 contestants from 13 countries – Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Italy, Lithuania, Hungary, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Switzerland.

Dorijan Lendvaj from Zagreb won gold, whilst Patrick Pavic and Kresimir Nezmah, also from Zagreb, won silver medals.

Martin Josip Kocijan from Cakovec won a bronze medal.

L-R, Kresimir Nezmah, Dorijan Lendvaj, Patrick Pavic and Martin Josip Kocijan (Photo: Croatian Informaticians’ Association)

Croatia was led by experts Ivan Paljak and Marin Kisic, and Matej Ferencevic and Alenka Dogan Capan also participated in the organisation of the performance. The manager and main organiser of the Croatian team was Krešimir Malnar.

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